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Ethics in international relations is not only a topic of personal interest but also a crucial consideration for leaders in an increasingly interconnected world. I hold a BA in International Relations from NYU and an M.Sc. in International Economics from Lund University in Sweden. Prior to my current employment at Bloomberg, I studied and worked in the US, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. I hope to contribute some of my experiences and knowledge to enlightened (and enlivened) discussions, and have no doubt I will learn a tremendous amount from GEN's network of students, academic professionals, and business professionals.
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